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The Morning After: Get ready for Amazon Prime Day 2023

Prepare your ovenable protein of choice, hang out the ornaments and make haste to invite your friends. We’re rapidly approaching this year’s Prime Day, and so it’s about time you got yourself ready to indulge in Amazon’s two-day sales event. We’ve published our latest guide to help you get set, with information on how best to prepare your shopping and, crucially, where to compare historic price trends to make sure the deal you’re offered is actually a deal.

It’s worth noting that plenty of other retailers also plan to take advantage of loosened wallets in the same period. Walmart, Target and Best Buy, alongside plenty of others, will be offering deals on the same or similar items, so it’s doubly worth shopping around. If all of that feels like too much effort, then rest assured that Engadget will also be hunting and picking the best deals, which can be found in our dedicated deals newsletter.

– Dan Cooper

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